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December 29th, 2004, 06:57 PM
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Check out Oxi-clean Baby! Link
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December 31st, 2004, 08:37 PM
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Cool, I will try that!

Another thing that works great is Castrol Super Clean. It is in the automotive department. It is mostly used for cleaning up oil stains off of concrete or engine parts, but you can use it in laundry. I spilled cooking oil on one of my shirts, and I scrubbed the Castrol Super Clean into the stain, added the detergent and a few capfuls of the Castrol to the wash, and it came right out!

Although, if you are gonna try using this on baby clothes, try it on something inexpensive like a onesie first, to make sure that the material isn't too delicate. I would also make sure that I washed it a second time with a baby detergent, to make sure that they do not get irritation from it.

Just a tip. Also, for anyone whos DH does something along the lines of construction or anything that makes their work clothes nasty, this stuff works wonders. Just BE CAREFUL not to overdo it, no matter whos clothes you are washing with it! If you put too much, it is hard to get it off of the clothes without washing like five times!
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